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In a recent blog post, we talked about assessment preparation and the impact it will have after the assessor completes their findings on the final report. What makes the process go smoothly is not only the preparation prior to the on-site assessment, but just simply keeping up and reviewing each month. One of the features with

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Afternoon, With the release of v1.9.5, we experienced a few issues with the update that caused a few bugs with the application. Primarily, this involved procedures appearing on the Dashboard as “Never Completed” even though a procedure had been completed previously. Going forward, the update will prevent procedures from appearing on the Dashboard as “Never Completed” which

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We have released a new update to the application, one we think will go a long way in how you manage equipment and procedures, among a few other things. For both of these items just mentioned we have made significant improvements on how a piece of equipment is created, as well as any need to

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Being prepared and ready for an on-site assessment will ultimately save countless hours in responding to non-conformities after the assessment is long over. So, how do we prepare for this? Maintaining your quality management system (QMS) is an ongoing process that must be managed monthly and not just before the assessor arrives. Being prepared starts

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This is to notify you that at 10 p.m. (EST) Thursday, June 22nd, the application will undergo site maintenance and will be inaccessible until 12 a.m. (EST) Friday, June 23rd. After completion of the maintenance, you may come across temporary outages of the application or limited capabilities of application for 24-48 hours after the scheduled

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Technician training procedures and competency evaluations are key components to maintaining your QMS. All technical staff working in the laboratory and performing testing are required to be trained on the test methods and demonstrate competency for performing the test method. Technician training and evaluation may include any or all of the following; on the job training, formal

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Part of the changes to AASHTO R18-16 are management review. Effective April 1, 2017 AASHTO re:source assessor’s began to observe this change. R18LabQMS included the ability to create management reviews in version 1.9.0.1 as indicated on the application news when logging in. The laboratory’s top management is required to review their QMS at least every 12

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Hello everyone! We are onto v1.9! Wednesday, March 29th we are releasing a new software update that will make some important changes to the QM sections and add a new “QM Reports” tab that will replace the “IAR Report” tab. Click here to view the YouTube video on the updates. QM Section Changes Several sections

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AASHTO Technical Exchange If you’re planning to attend the first annual AASHTO Technical Exchange in Annapolis, MD next week March 27-29, we will have a booth setup at the meeting. So come by and say “Hello!” We’ll be there everyday providing demos and answering questions. Feel free to ask us any questions about the application,

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Having an accountability mechanism or guardrails in place in regard to maintaining your quality management system is becoming more important than ever. While accreditation strives to play that role with assessors typically visiting laboratories on-site every 12 to 30 months. It is possible for a laboratory to go for months or close to two years without interacting with

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